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Place, nations, generations, beings : 200 years of Indigenous North American art

Author: Katherine Nova McClearyLeah Tamar ShrestinianJoseph ZordanMelissa Tantaquidgeon ZobelNed BlackhawkAll authors
Publisher: New Haven, CT : Yale University Art Gallery, 2019. ©2019
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This important publication is the first from the Yale University Art Gallery dedicated to Indigenous North American art. Accompanying a student-curated exhibition, it marks a milestone in the collection, display, and interpretation of Native American art at Yale and seeks to expand the dialogue surrounding the University?s relationship with Indigenous peoples and their arts. The catalogue features an introduction by  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Katherine Nova McCleary; Leah Tamar Shrestinian; Joseph Zordan; Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel; Ned Blackhawk; Summer Sutton; Yale University. Art Gallery,; Yale University,
ISBN: 0894679821 9780894679827
OCLC Number: 1117462337
Notes: Catalog of a student-curated exhibition of objects drawn from Yale University collections for showing at the University Art Gallery, November 1, 2019-June 21, 202--Title page verso.
"Published in conjunction wtih the exhibition 'Place, Nations, Generations, Beings: 200 Years of Indigenous North American Art', organized by the Yale University Art Gallery. Yale University Art Gallery November 1, 2019-June 21, 2020"--Title page verso.
Contributors: Nolan Arkansas (Eastern Band of Cherokee), Katherine Nova McCleary (Little Shell Chippewa-Cree), Leah Tamar Shrestinian, Anthony Trujillo (Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo), Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel (Mohegan), Joseph Zordan (Bad River Ojibwe).
Description: 192 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Director's foreword / Stephanie Wiles --
Acknowledgments --
Preface: belonging to the trail / Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel (Mohegan) --
Note to the reader --
Entangled pasts, collaborative futures: reimagining Indigneous North America art at Yale / Katherine Nova McCleary (Little Shell Chippewa-Cree) and Leah Tamar Shrestinian --
Spaces for expression: art and knowledge sharing at the Native American Cultural Center / Ned Blackhawk (Western Shoshone) and Summer Sutton (Lumbee) --
Catalogue: Place ; Nations ; Generations ; Beings --
Photo credits. Catalogue numbers <2-32>: art by known makers recorded by catalogue number (artwork with creation date followed by known maker, heritage, and life date): 2. I-hya Talu-tsa (River Cane Basket), ca. 1810-15 / possibly Peggy Scott Vann (Margaret Ann Crutchfield), Cherokee, 1783-1820 --
4. I-hya Talu-tsa (River Cane Basket), ca. 1810-15 / Peggy Scott Vann (Margaret Ann Crutchfield), Cherokee, 1783-1820 --
5. Our Lands Are Not Lines on Paper, 2012 / Shan Goshorn, Eastern Band of Cherokee, 1957-2018 --
7. First Teachers Balance the Universe, Part I: Things That Fly (Predator) / Marie Watt Seneca, born 1967, M.F.A. 1996 --
8. First Teachers Balance the Universe, Part II: Things That Fly (Prey) / Marie Watt Seneca, born 1967, M.F.A. 1996 --
9. Bowl, 2017 / Clarence Cruz, Ohkay Owingeh --
10. Jar, 2006 / Dominique Toya (Mariam Camille Toya), Jemez Pueblo and American, born 1971 --
11. Solo, 2009 / Les Namingha, Hopi and Zuni, born 1967 --
13. Storage Jar, ca. late 19th century / Arroh-A-Och, Laguna Pueblo, ca. 1830-1900 --
20. Casey Camp Horinek, Citizen of Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, "Zhutni," Tribal Councilwoman, Leader of Scalp Dance Society, Sundancer, Delegate to UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, Matriarch of Wonderful Family (Grandmother, Companion, Mother, Sister), Defender of Mother Earth / Will Wilson, Diné (Navajo), born 1969 --
21. Dwain Camp, Ponca, "Shongaska (What Horse, Same Name as Gus McDonald)," Descendant of Gus McDonald, Defender of Mother Earth, Native Rights Activist, Wounded Knee Veteran, Chaplain of Scalp Dance Society, Eldest of Camp Family Crew, and Craig Camp, Sr., Citizen of Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, "Zhaba Zhinga," Gus McDonald Descendant, AIM Member, Vietnam Veteran, Wounded Knee Veteran, Alcatraz Veteran, Defender of Mother Earth, Lifelong Sundancer / Will Wilson, Diné (Navajo), born 1969 --
22. Tamara G. White Eagle, Citizen of Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, Great Granddaughter of Oscar Makes Cry, Hazel Headman, Citizen of Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, Granddaughter of Oscar Makes Cry, and Rose I. Kamdlekaule, Citizen of Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, Great Granddaughter of Oscar Makes Cry, Mother of Bruce A. Johnson / Will Wilson, Diné (Navajo), born 1969 --
23. Ann Marie Woolworth, Citize of Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, Age 13, Basketball Player, Grandparents Are Woolworth and Madbull / Will Wilson, Diné (Navajo), born 1969 --
24. Enoch Kelly Haney, Citizen of Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, Artist, Former State Senator and Principal Chief of Seminole Nation of Oklahoma / Will Wilson, Diné (Navajo), born 1969 --
25. Brielle Turney, Citizen of Comanche Nation, Descendant of Chiefs Mugura and Artika-papi, 2016 / Will Wilson, Diné (Navajo), born 1969 --
26, Selections from 10 Little Indian Boys, 2010 / Rick E. Bartow, Mad River Band of Wiyot and American, 1946-2016 --
27. Coiled Basket Tray, 1932 / attributed to Pablino Lubo, Cahuilla, 1852-unknown --
30. The Prisoners Entering Fort Sill / Etadleuh Doanmoe, Kiowa, 1856-1888 --
31. Young Kiowas Dressed for a Ceremonial Visit / Etadleuh Doanmoe, Kiowa, 1856-1888 --
32. A Kiowa Banquet in the Good Old Days Back Home, 1875-78 / Etadleuh Doanmoe, Kiowa, 1856-1888. Catalogue numbers <33-86>: art by known makers recorded by catalogue number (artwork with creation date followed by known maker, heritage, and life date): 33. Indian Prisoners Arriving at Caddo I.T. May 5, 1875 / Bear's Heart, Southern Cheyenne, 1851-1882 --
34. Indian Council, 1875-78 / Bear's Heart, Southern Cheyenne, 1851-1882 --
35. Five Mounted Indians Hunting Deer / Wohaw, Kiowa, 1855-1924 --
36. Two Indians Stalking Deer / Wohaw, Kiowa, 1855-1924 --
37. Fourteen Indians Shown from Behind, Listening to an Indian Woman Addressing Them / Wohaw, Kiowa, 1855-1924 --
38. Elaborate Party of Nine Indians Hunting Buffalo / Wohaw, Kiowa, 1855-1924 --
39. An Officer Addressing a Large Group, Likely the Prisoners in Their U.S. Army Standard Issue Dress, September 1876 / Wohaw, Kiowa, 1855-1924 --
40. Sketchbook, 1876 / Howling Wolf, Southern Cheyenne, 1849-1927 --
43. Bicentennial Indian, 1974 / Fritz Scholder, Luiseño and American, 1937-2005 --
47. Model Totem Pole, ca. early to mid-20th century / Sam Jacobs, Tlingit, 1890-unknown --
51. Reindeer Roundup, ca. 1930-39 / George Twok Aden Ahgupuk, Inupiaq, 1911-2001 --
54. Degikup (Basket), ca. 1895 / Louisa Keyser (Dat so la Lee), Washoe, 1850-1925 --
55. Bandolier Bag, 1952 / Sally Cypress, Seminole, active mid-20th century --
59. Grandmother Carrying Her Grandson, 1943 / Wah Peen (Gilbert Benjamin Atencio), P'ohwhóge Owingeh (San Ildefonso Pueblo), 1930-1995 --
60. Deer in a Forest, ca. 1930-40 / Pop Chalee (Merina Lujan), Taos Pueblo, 1906-1993 --
61. Woman Carrying a Basket of Blue Corn on Her Head, 1941 / Eah-Ha-Wa (Eva Mirabal), Taos Pueblo, 1920-1968 --
63. Pot, ca. 1920-25 / Maria Martinez, P'ohwhóge Owingeh (San Ildefonso Pueblo), 1887-1980 --
66. Bowl, 2019 / Robert P. Tenorio, Santo Domingo Pueblo (Kewa), born 1950 --
71. Coyote, 1985 / Rick E. Bartow, Mad River Band of Wiyot and American, 1946-2016 --
72. Bitch (Wild Dog), 1986 / Rick E. Bartow, Mad River Band of Wiyot and American, 1946-2016 --
73. Sea Monster Mask, 1999 / Richard Hunt, Kwakwa̲ka̲'wakw, born 1951 --
77-80. Four Untitled Drawings, 1883 / Johnny Kit Elswa, Haida, active late 19th century --
81. Indifferent, 2017 / Julie Buffalohead, Ponca, born 1972 --
82. Lost Boy IV, from the series Never Neverland, 2016 / Cannupa Hanska Luger, Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara, Lakota, Norwegian, and Austrian, born 1979 --
83. Untitled / Justin Scott, Mohegan, born 1990 --
84. As the Women Crossed the River to Join the Men, the Coyote Stole the Baby for the Water Spirit, ca. 1930-50 / Ma Pe Wi (Velino Shije Herrera), Zia Pueblo, 1902-1973 --
86. Untitled, 1999 / Wallace Nez, Diné (Navajo) and American, born 1972.
Other Titles: 200 years of indigenous North American art
Responsibility: Katherine Nova McCleary and Leah Tamar Shrestinian, with Joseph Zordan ; preface by Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel ; essay by Ned Blackhawk and Summer Sutton.

Abstract:

This important publication is the first from the Yale University Art Gallery dedicated to Indigenous North American art. Accompanying a student-curated exhibition, it marks a milestone in the collection, display, and interpretation of Native American art at Yale and seeks to expand the dialogue surrounding the University?s relationship with Indigenous peoples and their arts. The catalogue features an introduction by the curators that surveys the history of Indigenous art on campus and outlines the methodology used while researching and mounting the exhibition; a discussion of Yale?s Native American Cultural Center; and a preface by the Medicine Woman and Tribal Historian of the Mohegan Nation. 0Also included are images of nearly 100 works?basketry, beadwork, drawings, photography, pottery, textiles, and wood carving, from the early 1800s to the present day?drawn from the collections of the Gallery, the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, and the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. The objects are grouped into four sections, each introduced with a short essay, that center on the themes in the book?s title. Together, these texts and artworks seek to amplify Indigenous voices and experiences, charting a course for future collaborations.00Exhibition: Exhibition: Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, USA (01.11.2019 - 28.02.2021).

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